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Calm down, then type (as the other user) xhost +local:root
Out of the box, it will go to sleep (suspend to ram)
when you hit Fn-F4, but on wakeup the backlight.
Based on a Ubuntu bug report (which I've now lost track of) that mentioned switching virtual terminals turned the backlight back on, I created /etc/apci/resume.d/99-switchvt.sh to automate that Not the most beautiful solution in the world, but it works. I have submitted a [[http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=439914][debian bug]]
- UPDATED Another workaround is to add the kernel parameter : acpi_sleep=s3_bios